Everyone wants to trade lunches with this cool Brooklyn mom’s kids. Ever since 2006, Nina Levy has been drawing ornate artwork on her two children’s lunchbox napkins. “I started drawing in black Sharpie for the older child when he was in nursery school for lunch. I was just including a message from home and hoping to get him a little extra attention from the teachers supervising his lunch,” Levy, 47, told ABC News. “The drawings have escalated over the years into full color.” The fun doodles take anywhere from 20 minutes to 2 hours to complete, “depending on how sleep deprived I am, how much of a mess the kitchen is and whether I am willing to entertain a special request,” she joked. And even though her sons, 11 and 7, are older now, they still frequently ask for the drawings. “I often get specific requests at bedtime,” said Levy. “Both boys are usually involved in picking the character or topic.” Click through to take a look at her elaborately drawn lunchtime masterpieces.